It’s an incredible way of making your imagination real: whatever you want to do or have dreamt of doing, 3D Printing Systems can take the idea and turn it into a physical reality. While 3D print technology has been around for over 20 years, it’s only now that lapsing patents on early technology has created Read the rest here: FROM `THOUGHTS’ TO `THINGS’ visit this page
Have you ever wanted to make a fully autonomous robot? If so, your dreams of kickstarting the robot apocalypse can be fulfilled with just a 3D printer, some simple software and a bit of electrical knowhow
3D printing has come a long way in the past 30 years, and a Dutch architect, Janjaap Ruijssenaars, wants to push the technology even further. Working in collaboration with sculptor Rinus Roelofs, Ruijssenaars is creating a world’s first: A 3D-printed building
This Article Originally was Published here: http://www.energyandcapital.com/articles/oil-pipeline-investing/2979 The Keystone XL Pipeline is going to happen. Those are the words I published back in November 2011, after the announcement that the United States would delay approval of TransCanada’s Keystone XL Pipeline. Here we are, more than a year later, and I still believe this to be true
Created using Processing, ModelBuilder Library by Marius Watz and a 3D printer, Amanda Ghassaei at instructables managed to print a 33rpm music record that actually doesn’t sound too bad considering the limitations of currently available 3d printing technologies. These records play on regular turntables, with regular needles, at regular speeds, just like any vinyl record
Spolier alert: a reoccurring cast member bids farewell in the latest James Bond flick. When the production of Skyfall called for the complete decimation a classic 1960 Aston Martin DB5, filmmakers opted for something a little more lifelike than computer graphics.